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CT public urged to search for two missing adults

A patient at Valkenberg Psychiatric Hospital in Cape Town, Anne Manin, 38, was due to arrive at her parents’ home in Claremont over the weekend.

CAPE TOWN – Missing Children South Africa has sounded the alarm over missing adults facing mental health issues.

A patient at Valkenberg Psychiatric Hospital in Cape Town, Anne Manin, 38, was due to arrive at her parents’ home in Claremont over the weekend.

She had been released for weekend visits but has not been seen since.

The organization’s national coordinator, Bianca van Aswegen, said those with information about her whereabouts should contact the authorities and approach her with compassion.

“Please contact the authorities immediately and please approach them with caution as we do not know how he will react; they can be confused, they can be lost and disoriented, and we have to approach someone with mental health issues with great caution.

Meanwhile, another Capetonian, Wayne O’Gorman, 53, has been missing for more than two weeks.

He too is a mental health patient.

Van Aswegen asked the public to help locate him and approach him with caution.

“He also has mental health issues and we ask the public to keep an eye on him. He was last seen wearing brown pants with brown sandals. It’s not the first time he’s been missing. We are very concerned for him and urge people to notify authorities when they spot him and approach him with caution.



CT public urged to search for two missing adults

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